tv Fox 45 Morning News FOX August 25, 2013 7:00am-9:00am EDT
(chuckles) yeah, right. well, thanks. (barking) oh. (laughing) that is so cool! hey, watch this. deep from the heart of darkness, comes something truly terrifying. hogie, the giant hamster! (laughs) (growling) (george growling) oh, no! my two-sided marker! (grunts) i can't see it. i know-- let's get hogie to find it! huh? oh, yeah. okay, hogie, find the marker, boy!
steve: hey! i've been looking for that! (grunts) george couldn't believe all the stuff under aunt margaret's couch. ah. stairs? huh?! (screams) (hogie squeaking) what's the matter, george? (chattering) steve: hey, that looks like the alley outside. outside?! outside?! oh, no! hogie's escaped, and he's got professor wiseman's camera! steve: bicycle, bicycle, bicycle, bicycle... phew! phew! (groans) how am i gonna find a little bitty hamster out there? hmm. (gasps, chatters) good thinking.
we can look at the computer, and figure out where hogie is. (george chattering) steve: yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah! looks like he's near the dinosaur bush. see? it's right here on the map. george: ah... okay, we have to split up. someone has to watch the computer so we know where hogie goes. we can use my walkie-talkies to communicate. (chatters) i'll tell you what landmarks i see here, and you can find them on the map and grab hogie. (chatters) so, the dino bush is here. (chatters) to get to the dino bush the first thing george had to do was turn left down the alley. but instead of finding a street... huh? ...george found a park. he had done something wrong. he started at aunt margaret's here. the park was at the top of the alley.
george wanted to be at the street at the bottom of the alley. huh. he'd turned right instead of left. if you're hurrying on a hamster hunt... you need a quick way to tell right from left. hmm. and then george realized, the walkie-talkie ear was left, and the non-walkie-talkie ear was right. ah... uh-huh. ah. he was at the intersection below aunt margaret's. the dino bush was on the next corner on his left. (chatters) walkie-talkie ear, left. (chatters) if he had turned the way he was supposed to turn, the dino bush would be up ahead. (chattering) huh? ha-ha! and it was. (bell dings)
but... hogie wasn't. (chatters "hogie? hogie?") (sighs sadly) steve (over radio): george? george! hogie's on the move again! do you see him? uh-uh. okay. he's standing beside some really big feet. i think it's a statue. (groans) uh-oh. george was in trouble. there were two statues. which one was hogie beside? one statue is in the park. that was a long walk for a little hamster. uh-uh. but the other statue was between the park and the dino bush. and there it was! maybe hogie was beside that one. ooh... (bird chirping)
steve: george, you're not gonna believe this, but hogie can ride a bike! he's riding toward a bunch of trees! (chatters) where were trees on the map? (chattering) the park was in front of george. he needed to go straight. (george gasps) wait. he turned right. steve (gasps): he's passing the bookstore. right was away from the walkie-talkie ear. okay. he's turning right again... and biking past red rock. (chatters) red rock was one block in front of george, just to the right of the corner. so george ran straight,
then made a non-walkie-talkie turn right, and wound up exactly where he was supposed to be. (chatters) and there was a bicycle. but it wasn't a hogie-sized bike. (chatters) uh... i don't know where he is. (squeaks) i can't see anything. aunt margaret's house was down the next street. maybe hogie had just gone home. (jackhammer pounding) i'm getting a signal again. oh! hogie is really high up. he's next to something really big and really orange.
aha! phew! narrator: george had hogie. hey! but hogie didn't have the camera. so who did? (cooing) (cooing) (panicked chatter) (yells) (cooing) oh... (sighs) i lost the world's most incredible hamster! he can ride a bike and fly! narrator: george could chase the camera later. first, he wanted to get hogie home. and he could get there without a map. (cooing) george, hogie landed in the park! (dog panting) (barking) (cooing) (sniffing) now he's walking. and he's got a really big tongue. george, do you copy?
george?! george: uh-huh! hogie! i missed you, buddy! uh, w-wait. if you're here, who's there? hey, that's our door! uh, coming, camera! (barking and panting) charkie?! (panting) how did you get this? (knocking) (charkie barking) hello, steve. oh, hey, professor. i still have your camera for you. (laughs) thanks. oh, my! well, i've got to run. wait, professor! you have to see this! my hamster can fly! come on, hogie. show the professor. fly, buddy! fly! (chatters) steve: uh, we know you can fly. i don't get it. kid: george used a map to find hogie. we are using a map to find clues about a party. girl: i made a map for my friends to follow.
these stars are where i put clues to help them figure out what my party is about. oh, think i see the star! you will have fun getting out of the sun. that could mean it's, like, indoors. the next thing we should be looking for is fire hydrant. oh, yes! here it is! spring is in the air. spring is in the air. well, that's true, it is. girl: the last clue was in the purple fence. you are in for a dirty job. oh, spring cleaning! spring cleaning! oh! girl: this marks the end. i see a little tree house. boy: we think this party is about cleaning out your tree house. it is. spring cleaning. (indistinct chatter)
narrator: it's hard for a monkey to nap when he's looking forward to the next basil gnoeital mystery. (chatters) and george was. time to get up. (yells) whoa! hey, did you nap at all? uh-uh. well, you think you'll be able to stay awake for the big basil gnoeital movie tonight? uh-huh. narrator: basil was george's favorite detective. oh, hey. (chattering happily) narrator: and tonight, pisghetti's was showing a gnoeital movie as part of his monday munch & mystery night. hey, what movie is on the menu tonight? the basket of the houndervilles. uh-huh! houndervilles? oh, that sounds like our kind of movie, doesn't it, hundley? (hundley barks) narrator: hundley was partial to dr. onhistoes,
basil's extremely neat assistant. (cat yowling, loud thud) (all gasp) oh. scusi. (chatters curiously) huh. say george, do you think you'll be able to solve the case in the movie before basil does? oh. uh-huh. narrator: george hoped so. he wanted to be a great detective and solve a mystery, too! chef pisghetti: psst. psst. my cookbook-- she is missing! (gasps) oh! where's the last place you saw it? here! you see, i go to hand out the menus, i hear a noise, i come back and poof! like that, the cookbook-- she has vanished! oh, and without it... you're... ruined? nah, but dessert sure is. i don't know how to make the topping
for my blueberry surprise without it. it has to be around here somewhere. (sniffing) (chattering) well, the cookbook doesn't seem to be anywhere here. (gasps) narrator: george realized... (barks) ...he had his very own mystery-- the case of the missing cookbook. oh. the first thing to do was look for clues. ah. huh. narrator: george wished
he had his official basil gnoeitall magnifying glass. (sighs) (patrons chattering in dining room) (sighs) oh, what do i do? keep looking. i'll start the movie. maybe you'll find your cookbook before it's over. narrator: the mystery of the missing cookbook really had george stumped. ah! maybe the detective movie would help him learn how to solve his case! (barks) (film projector whirring) (dramatic music plays) detective gnoeitall, i'm goody tushews. i've called you
because my most precious book has gone missing. huh? oh. narrator: george was in luck. the movie was about a missing book, too. (yawning) but he was wishing he'd taken his nap. missing, eh? ♪ (cat shrieks) oh! tippy, come back! (glass cracks) oh, dreadfully sorry. no matter. this vase of water will do. see? the rounded sides combined with the water make things big, just like my magnifying glass. marvelous! aha! narrator: maybe george could use a vase to inspect his own crime scene. that dr. onhistoes! no spill got past him!
(barks) what do you see, detective? detective? man: detective? we're here. aha. (horse neighs) you've got your work cut out for you this time, detective needstoknow. detective george needstoknow wasn't worried. (barks) ha-ha. with his trusty assistant dr. hundley dachshund by his side, he was certain to solve the case. it's a-detective needstoknow. he's a-come to solve-a the mystery, mate. (chuckles) ha-ha-ha. tell him what happened, chef. well, i was making my shepherd's pie. i go to seat my guest.
i hear a noise. i come back and poof! like that, my recipe-- she's disappeared. gnocchi, no walking in-a the food. dr. dachshund didn't like a messy crime scene. (growls) (chatters) but messes might contain clues. (sniffs) ah. it smelled like flour and gravy. huh. oh, no. detective needstoknow had left his magnifying glass at home. aha. luckily he found something that just might work. (chuckling) (growls, sniffs) luckily there was plenty of water nearby.
he just had to squeeze a bit to make it round like the vase. ooh... ah. (giggles) now detective needstoknow could look for clues. huh. aha. (gasps) george: oh, uh-huh, uh-huh, uh-huh. (slurps) ah! (chatters) (clock chiming onscreen) (exclaims) (yawns, mumbles) (movie soundtrack playing) this is your man. i say, how do you do it, sir? easy-peasy, dr. onhistoes. i just examine the clues. (applause)
(barks) i guess you should have taken that nap, huh, george? (chattering agreement) hey! george might have missed the movie, but he did get an idea that might help solve his mystery. hmm. oh, that's right, the cookbook. did you find it? ah, we looked everywhere. if george's dream was right, he had an idea how to find the cookbook. he just needed to examine the clues. um, george, i'm not sure if this is the best time to make water balloons. (hooting) (sighs) if there's one thing a detective can't stand, it's a magnifying glass that leaks. and there weren't any vases. (gasps)
aha! (grunts) ooh. hmm. the rolling pin had rounded sides and was clear. maybe it would magnify things, too. (chattering) he had a magnifying glass that wouldn't break or spill. what are you...? are you making a magnifying glass like basil? (hooting) uh-huh, uh-huh. oh. hey, look at these prints. those might be gnocchi's. (george hooting) (chattering) (meows) oh, look at that. gnocchi's tongue is blue. she must have eaten the blueberries. uh-huh. ah, aha. yeah, look at that.
there's blueberries spilled all over the countertop. huh. (meows) aha. george had it. (chuckles) (all gasp) (chuckles nervously) he never does this at home. ha! my recipe book! (laughs) gnocchi, you must have knocked it into my blueberry surprise when you were sneaking blueberries, huh? thank you, detective georgio. you are the greatest detective ever. ha-ha. ah! (chuckles) (george moans, lips smack) hmm. (laughs) boy: george solved the mystery by looking closely at gnocchi's paw prints. we are trying to solve our own mystery.
how could we identify who made this fish? girl: the kids who made this fish didn't put the names on them. and the fish were decorated with each kid's fingerprints. do we all have the same fingerprints? children: no. child: officer casey and officer kate came in to help. maybe we'll have to take your fingerprints and see if we can match them. officer: so we now have the fingerprints of the four students who made the fish project. do these look alike? children: no. no? that print on the fish goes like a mountain, and that print on the paper goes like an "s." girl: that's not a match. officer: do you think these two are a match? the swirly lines-- i see it's the same. officer kate": and the prints on this fish we matched with you, ji-woo. announcer: labor day on pbs kids. hi, neighbor! one little idea... do something nice for your neighbor! is about to become one big celebration: neighbor day. neighbor day!
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announcer: the new pbs for ipad app. you'll never know what you'll find. [dog barks] announcer: available now in the app store. hi. it's me hooper. can you guess where i am today? ♪ where is he going, what will he do? ♪ ♪ where in the world is hooper? ♪ clue number one is there are big trucks here, but it's not a fire station. hmm. what's another good hint? i know. you have to wear one of these. people are doing stuff here, so you need to wear a hardhat to stay safe. now here's the third clue from "curious george." [beep] ah! ah! ah! excuse me! excuse me! excuse me, please! thank you. hey. that's a great clue. this place is usually really noisy. so i'm at a place where there are big trucks, where you have to wear a hardhat,
and there's lots of noise. can you guess where i am? yes! a construction site! viewers like you, and you, and you, and you... ha, ha! thanks so much you're very kind. ♪ hey both: what? ♪ come over here ♪ the cat in the hat is about to appear ♪ ♪ he's whizzing over to whisk you away ♪ ♪ on a fabulous journey today ♪ he's coming! ♪ and now he's arrived in the thingamajigger ♪ ♪ the thing that he drives ♪ he's a cat and he's oodles of fun ♪ ♪ with his hairy helpers, thing 2 and thing 1 ♪ yoo-hoo! ♪ whoa!
woo-hoo! ♪ can't stop the cat in the hat ♪ ♪ all of our adventures start like that ♪ ♪ wherever you're going, wherever you're at ♪ ♪ the cat in the hat knows a lot about ♪ ♪ he knows a lot about, he knows a lot about ♪ ♪ he knows a lot about that (children laughing) ♪ here comes nick, the mighty elephant. (grunting) i'm so big and strong, nothing can stop me! roar! i'm sally the lion! lions are tougher than elephants, because lions are brave and fast. roar! whoa! i've come to save you! it's the cat! the cat in the hat! save us from what, cat? from the ferocious lion. i just heard it roar.
(giggling) that was me. i was pretending to be a lion. we're trying to be the toughest animal ever. the toughest animal ever? well, say no more! you're lookin' at him. (laughing) okay, i'm not that tough, but i have a friend who is so tough, he can survive almost anything. both: who? wally the waterbear. would you like to meet him? both: yes! your mother will not mind at all if you do. mom! can we go with the cat to meet wally the waterbear? mom: a waterbear? sure, honey. take a towel. thanks, mom! both: we can go! we can go! i know! i know! to the thingamajigger! waterbears are all around us. you can almost touch them. really? i don't see any waterbears. the problem is: we're way too tall to see my friend who's smaller than small.
press the shrinkamadoodle's super-small button. time to meet wally in the mini-moss meadow. is that far away? as far away as that gigantic tree. nick: but that's the treehouse tree. cat: so it is. buckle up! flick the jiggermawhizzer! (trumpets sounding) isn't this fun? all: ya-hoo! ♪ here we go, go, go go ♪ on an adventure ♪ the thingamajigger is up and away ♪ ♪ go, go, go, go ♪ on an adventure ♪ we're flying with the cat in the hat today ♪ ♪ we're off to meet wally, one tough waterbear ♪ ♪ he's small and he's slow and can live anywhere ♪ ♪ here we go, go, go, go
♪ on an adventure ♪ go, go, go, go, go (horn honking) we're here! the mini-moss meadow! it looks like a jungle when you're so teeny-tiny. ah! (slurping) nothing like a sippy dew drop to get me going. well, if it isn't my friend, wally the waterbear. is that you, cat? allow me to introduce you to my friends, nick and sally. all: hi, wally! hello. whoa, i've never seen a bear with eight paws before. wally's not really a bear, you know. he's a tardigrade. a... tardigrade? that's right, a tardigrade, which means he walks super slow. slow is the way to go for a tough guy like me.
but you're super small too. that i am, but i can live in the toughest places ever, and to prove it, let's play the tough-enough game. just pick a place, and we'll see if i'm tough enough to live there, okay? oh! oh! i've got one! can you live in a place that's super cold? like freeze-your-knees snowland? well, is it super cold there? super-duper cold. then i super-duper can do! to the thingamajigger! let's go! i'm freezing! luckily, we have our coats. but what about wally? ha! not for a... a toughie like... me... uh-oh. i think the cold is making wally go even slower.
anyone for a snowy snooze? a tardigrade slows down, you see? so his body won't waste energy. he curls into a tight ball called a tun, and stays that way until he's warmed by the sun. m-m-maybe that'll work for us. (shivering) i'd rather sleep in a warm bed. me too! you win, wally. wally? uh-oh, we can't wake him up! some nice warm sunlight should do the trick. make way for the rise-and-shiner! nick: cool! time to go already? i was just getting comfy. you win this one, wally. but are you tough enough for the gritchity gratch desert? that's the hottest place ever. the hotter, the better!
to gritchity gratch desert! ♪ a tardigrade is tiny ♪ he's tiny and he's tough ♪ ♪ yes, even in the cold, the freezing cold ♪ ♪ he is tough enough (laughing) phew! how hot is this place? (sizzling) yow! it's sweltering sweat socks hot! but i have just the thing to keep us cool. ahh... that's better. come feel the breeze, wally. no, thanks. all a tough guy like me needs... is a sandy snooze. but isn't it too hot to sleep? when it's hot, a tardigrade slows to a stop, and curls into a tun till the next water drop.
let's try it. uh, i'm just getting hotter. me too. you win again, wally. wally? can't wake a waterbear out of his nap? we'll just add water and watch him unwrap. (wally giggling) thanks, cat! but you know, i could've slept a whole lot longer. in this heat? now that's tough. agreed, but are you tough enough in space? space? where's that? out there, with the moon and the stars. then space is the place for me! what are we waiting for? pull the space-a-ma-racer! both: wow! nick: this is so cool! get ready for boomablasters in...
10, 9, 8, 7, 6-- we're going to blast off like real astronauts! i can't wait! neither can i! 5-4-3-2-1! all: blastoff! ♪ a tardigrade is tiny ♪ he's tiny and he's tough ♪ ♪ even in the heat, the hot, hot heat ♪ ♪ he is tough enough (giggling) wally: wow! this place is amazing! it doesn't look so tough. it is when there's no air to breathe. that's why we need to wear these special suits, so we can breathe and stay warm out here. no, thank you! i'll tough it out. whee! i love floating in space! it's like swimming without water! so what do you think about space, wally? tough enough for you? wally?
over here! look at this comfy space rock i found! perfect for, um... (snoring) in space, a tardigrade slows to a stop, and curls into a tun till the next water drop. sally: um, is it me, or is his rock moving away from us? quick! after that space rock! wally! wally! got a waterbear in big space trouble? call thing 1 and thing 2. they'll come on the double. (sputtery whistling) both: hello! yee-haw! whoa! (gibberish) a-ha! yee-yaw! (straining) hooray for the things! ta-da! bye-bye! let's wake up wally before he floats away again.
hm? what? oh! did i miss anything? (laughing) ♪ a tardigrade is tiny ♪ he's tiny and he's tough ♪ ♪ even in space, in outer space ♪ ♪ he is tough enough (laughing) wally, since you passed all our tough-enough games, we name you... both: the #1 tough guy of all! me? the #1 tough guy? oh! cat: the tardigrade is one tough waterbear. he can survive without very much air. in the freezing cold, or the heat of the sun, he'll curl up for a nap in a tight little tun. wouldn't you agree, wally? (snoring) both: shh!
sally: i bet wally's glad to be back in his mossy home. i'm glad we've got a tough friend, right here in my backyard. ha! i still say i'm the toughest one here. roar! (screaming) (giggling) my, you're clever! (laughing) hi, kids! i have a very hard question for you, today. some cats like to purr. do you know what other animal can also purr? is it a whale? or is it a snake? or is it an elephant? so, which of these animals can purr like a kitty-cat? did you say the elephant? that's right! elephants purr when they say hello to each other. next time i'll stump you for sure. both: time to take a picture with our snaparama cameras. i'll take the picture.
and i'll guess what it is. nick: it looks like a jump rope. a jump rope with stripes and scales. oh, it's a bunch of snakes, and they're all lying together! sally: that's right, nick! garter snakes huddle together to keep warm. but next time, i get to take the picture. (laughing) ♪ (sighing) i wish it would stop raining, sally. you're right, nick. it's just too wet to play outside. both: aww... (bouncing) my, i'm wet from my hat to my toes. it's the cat! the cat in the hat! thank goodness i found you! i need your help. what's wrong? it's ting tang tony.
you have to help me get him back to his family. sure we can help! we'd better find him fast, before he gets too wet in this rain. cat: where we're going is a whole lot wetter. really? nowhere's wetter than this. it is. under the sea in scuba marine. ting tang tony is a fish. will you help me? of course we will! your mother will not mind at all if you do. come on, mom. over. mom hearing you loud and clear, sally. over. can we go to scuba marine, to help cat find ting tang tony? over! to scuba marine to find ting tang tony? sure! have fun. over. thanks, mom. over. both: we can go! we can go! i know! i know! to the thingamajigger! help-a-friend team at the ready? yes! help-a-friend team ready. what are we waiting for?
ting tang tony, here we come! then buckle up! flick the jiggermawhizzer! (trumpets sounding) isn't this fun? all: ya-hoo! ♪ here we go, go, go go ♪ on an adventure ♪ the thingamajigger is up and away ♪ ♪ go, go, go, go ♪ on an adventure ♪ we're flying with the cat in the hat today ♪ ♪ in scuba marine, we'll help a lost fish ♪ ♪ to find his way home is his greatest wish ♪ ♪ here we go, go, go, go ♪ on an adventure ♪ go, go, go, go, go if we're gonna help ting tang tony, we need the shrinkamadoodle and the subberyblubber.
awesome! it is an emergency, after all. press the shrinkamadoodle, sally. (giggling) and now the subberyblubber, nick. (giggling) dive! dive! dive! awooga! ya-hoo! yippee! follow me. i left ting tang tony waiting for us right over there. or was it over there? hey, look! i see a blue fish waving at us. nick: is that ting tang tony? it sure is. hi, cat. oh, i see you brought some friends. yes! this is nick and sally. hi, nick and sally. hi, ting tang tony. we're here to help. they're great helpers, and great at finding their way around. how did you lose your family? well, we lost our way, didn't we, cat? i was showing him our beautiful coral reef here--
what's coral? what's coral? oh, it's that hard stuff that's all around you. sally: it's beautiful. so beautiful, i just had to draw it. the last time i was here, there were so many different shapes of coral, i just had to draw them all. we had a great time, finding more and more different shapes, didn't we, cat? oh, yes! then we realized we'd swum out way too far, and lost sight of ting tang tony's family. hey! we can find the coral that looked like the shapes in your drawings. and that would lead us back to ting tang tony's family. of course! what a great idea! my, how clever you are! i told you they were great helpers. which one did you draw last, cat? let me think, now. yes! the coral that looks like reindeer antlers. help-a-friend team ready!
hm... where can it be? oh, there! i see it! my, you're clever! sally: wow! it looks just like reindeer antlers. hey, this is the one, all right. yes! a very good drawing... if i do say so myself. coral has so many different shapes. nick: wait! something's moving in there. hello! hi! hello! hello! they're living inside! who are they? these guys? they're polyps. nick: polyps! that's a funny name! it is! and you're right. they do live right here. nick: in those little caves? yeah! this is coral! we made it! you made all this coral? not just us. no, not by ourselves. it takes a long, long time to make coral this big. our mas and pas made some of it.
and their grandpas and mas, and their great-grandpas and mas, and their great-great grandpas and mas. so many pas and mas... why, i've lost track. they all helped build it. living inside the tough coral keeps us safe and sound. amazing! oh, yes, they certainly are. hmm... which way now? i think we swam... ooh, this way, past the coral that looked like bubbles. you mean like these bubbles? yes! let's go find them! both: bye, polyps! all: bye! (gasping) over there! nick: that coral looks just like bubbles. oh, my! they most certainly do look bubbly, don't they? it's so beautiful. yoo-hoo! hey, look! here come more polyps. hello! hello again. hello again? sure, you came by earlier.
we did? sure you did. i remember seeing you. the blue fish, and the cat in a stripy hat. then we must be swimming the right way. yes, i remember now! straight ahead and past the coral that looks like tables! nick: that's the one we look for next! let's go! all: bye! this sure looks familiar. i think we're getting close to home. and unless i'm mistaken, this coral looks just like my drawing. it's flat! just like a table. i could almost walk on it. hey, don't even think about walking on our coral! sorry! you'll break it. and it's taken us a long time to make. don't worry, we'll be careful. ooh, i know where we are. we just need to swim around that rock, and we'll find my family. great! let's go!
nick and sally: wow! look at that! this is the first coral i drew. sally: it looks just like candy canes! nick: and it's stripy, just like the cat's hat. woo-hoo! this is where we started! hi, ting tang tony. hi. welcome back. thanks, guys. it's good to be back. look! here comes another friend who wants to say hi, ting tang tony! nick: it's a sea star! polyps: oh, no! help! help! i'm not sure everyone is as pleased to see a sea star around here. sea star? oh, they're not friends of polyps. sea stars like polyps for lunch! cat! we can't let him eat the polyps! what can we do? why, leave it to me! when polyps are in danger, here's what to do: call for some help from thing 1 and thing 2. (sputtery whistling) both: hello! (nick and sally laughing) (babbling) (laughing and cheering)
aww... yoo-hoo! ta-da! aww... oh, no! sea star! oh no! hide! yoo-hoo! yum yum! (babbling) ta-da! nice work, things. see you back in the thingamajigger. both: bye-bye! thank you. thank you! it's gone! mom fish: oh, ting tang tony, there you are. ooh! hi, mom! where have you been? it was all my fault. we were having so much fun, we forgot to look where we were swimming. we kind of lost our way. that's okay. you brought him safely back to us. with nick and sally's help. well, thank you too. you're welcome. no problem.
ready for another swim around the reef with all the family before supper? you bet! see you, guys, and thanks for helping. we had fun! see you again sometime. hey, i nearly forgot. i have a present for you. present?! i'd like you to have this... in case you need to find your way home again. wow! thanks, cat! you can look at my pictures anytime. i will! bye! both: bye! we learnt about coral and think they are great. coral are polyps and the shell they create. their shapes are amazing. there's no doubt about that. there's even some coral that's striped like my hat! coral: it takes such a long time to make, so you must take care that it doesn't break. this coral looks just like the one you drew on your shell, cat. and here's ting tang tony, swimming over to sally's coral.
oh, what fun! we can have fun... even when it's raining! what wonderful artists you are, and great helpers too, which is lucky. why is it lucky, cat? because you never know when another friend might need help. we're the help-a-friend team! always ready! all: yeah! (laughing) welcome to hat chat. today, we are going to interview an eyed hawk-moth. here i am! hello, mr. moth. we didn't see you there. you blend in with the bark on the tree. yes, i do. the color of my body helps to camouflage or hide me. neat! you're so camouflaged, i can't even see your body. only your big eyes! those aren't my real eyes. those are my wings. wow! your wings look just like a face!
that's right. the pattern on my wings look like big eyes. this makes me look much bigger than i am, so other animals don't try to pick on me. thanks for teaching us all about your cool wings, mr. moth. yeah, and next time, we'll know which face to talk to. see you later! ♪ this is the monarch butterfly ♪ ♪ let's join her on a journey through the sky ♪ ♪ the monarch travels so far and wide ♪ ♪ it's called migration ♪ ♪ let's go along for a ride ♪ ♪ go butterfly, go butterfly ♪ go butterfly, go ♪ where is she going, and why in such a hurry? ♪ ♪ she's flying to warmth, before a snow flurry ♪ ♪ 'cause when it turns cold, the monarch can't fly ♪ ♪ so she leaves in the fall and takes to the sky ♪ ♪ go butterfly, go butterfly ♪ go butterfly, go ♪ she isn't alone ♪ ♪ she has many friends ♪ who join in her travels all the way to the end ♪ ♪ all together like a big family ♪
♪ huddled up warm on the branch of a tree ♪ ♪ it's only the monarch who travels so far ♪ ♪ they're the best at flying ♪ ♪ they really are ♪ go butterfly, go butterfly ♪ go butterfly, go ♪ go butterfly, go butterfly ♪ go butterfly, go ♪ go butterfly, go butterfly announcer: labor day on pbs kids. hi, neighbor! one little idea... do something nice for your neighbor! is about to become one big celebration: neighbor day. neighbor day! we can do lots of neighborly things for our neighbors. announcer: don't miss this amazing musical event! ♪ you can do something nice for your neighbor ♪ thank you, daniel. it's neighbor day! announcer: it's neighbor day on "daniel tiger's neighborhood" monday, september 2nd on pbs kids or watch daniel any time at pbskids.org. peg: "hello" vo: a girl named peg "of course!" (laughs) peg: "one hundred billion to one.
it's like way more than ten!" vo: peg plus cat a new show coming this fall to pbs kids viewers like you, and you, and you, and you... ha, ha! thanks so much you're very kind. the cat in the hat sure knows a lot about animals. will you help me find an animal that's hiding on this log? there's a snake! right! there's a snake on the log, but look closer. there's one more hiding, a moth! it's a special kind of moth that blends in with the log. this color pattern is a type of disguise called camouflage. pretty neat! you can learn more about animals with the cat in the hat at pbskids.org. coming up next, it's a reading adventure with "super why!"
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hi! so glad you're here! it's me, whyatt! - woof, woof! - hi, puppy! welcome to storybrook village where all our fairy tale friends live! - woof, woof, woof! [ring tone] - it's time for school! let's go! - woof! woof! woof! ♪ woof! woof! woof! - come on! - woof! woof! woof! - hee-hee-hee! - woof! - good morning, teacher. - morning, everyone. today we're going to make apple-peach juice! - delicious! - yummy! - but before we make the juice, i need someone to help me solve a math problem.
who will help me? - ooh, ooh! i will! i'll help! - ok, pig. come on up. now, we will need five pieces of fruit to make enough juice for the class. there are one, two, three-- three apples here. and one, two-- two peaches here. hmm, but how many pieces of fruit do i have all together? - um... that's kind of tricky. i really want to figure it out so we can make juice, but i don't know how! - this is a super big problem. and a super big problem needs us... the super readers! we need to call the rest of the super readers! call them with me! say, "calling all super readers!" - [kids]: calling all super readers! - [whyatt]: to the book club! - [kids]: to the book club!
ok, pig, state your problem! - i need to figure out how many pieces of fruit there are so we can make juice! - that's a tough one! - oh, boy! - how do i figure out how many there are all together? - hmm, i want to figure that out too. when we have a question, we look... - [all]: in a book! - which book should we look in? - peas and carrots, carrots and peas, book come out, please, please, please! [magical chiming] - let's read the title of this book. the adventures of math-a-million. we know what to do! we need to jump into this book and find the answer to pig's question! first, we look for super letters. and then put them in our super duper...
computer! super duper computer, how many super letters do we need? in this story, we need three super letters, and then we'll get our super story answer! it's time to transform! ready? - [all]: ready! - come on, puppy, you're coming too! - woof! - super duper! arms in! put your arm in! super readers... - [all]: to the rescue! - alpha pig... with alphabet power! - wonder red... with word power!
- princess presto... with spelling power! - super why... with the power to read! - and woofster... with dictionary power! - together we are... - [all]: the super readers! - whyflyers! we're ready to fly into this book! [magical chiming] - ♪ super readers - ♪ to the rescue! ♪ it's time to fly with the super readers ♪ ♪ 'cause we've got a problem to solve ♪ ♪ super readers - ♪ to the rescue! - ♪ super readers ♪ working together with powers to read ♪ ♪ into books we fly to find the super story answer ♪
♪ it's super why ♪ super readers to the rescue! ♪ - presto! we're in the book the adventures of math-a-million. ♪ - let's read! why writer... highlight! read with me! "math-a-million was a superhero from the land of numbers." - hello, i'm math-a-million, and i love numbers! shapow! - "one day, math-a-million got a call from mayor all together." [phone ringing] - math-a-million! i have a math emergency! i'm having a party and i need four red apples. and two green apples.
and then i need to know how many apples i have all together! - all together? but why? - because i'm mayor all together! - "math-a-million did not know how many apples there were all together." - hmm, i just don't know. this is a math disaster! - and that, super readers, is why we are in this book. math-a-million and pig both need to figure out how many things there are all together! - look! it's math-a-million! - cool! - whoa! - don't you worry! math-a- million is here in a hurry! - we're not worried. we're the super readers! - you are? oh, phew! because finding red apples and green apples and figuring out how many apples are all together
is a lot of things to do in a teeny tiny amount of time. - it certainly is! - now, let's go do some math! - yeah! - cool! but... remind me, what is math exactly? - woofster to the rescue! with my doggie dictionary i can tell you what any word means. "math" means" figuring out problems with numbers, shapes, and patterns. "math." now we know what it means! woof-de-doo! give your tail a wag! - super readers, there's no time to waste! we must get to the apple orchard to get apples for the mayor. - to the apple orchard! yum! ♪
- mission: apples. commencing... now! first we need four red apples. i shall count now! one, two, three, four. four red apples! kazow! one, two. two green apples! shapow! now, how many red and green apples are there all together? hmm... i've got it! i must count all of the apples, and then i'll know how many i have all together! one, two, three four... five, six. six apples all together! four and two is six! shapow! [horse neighs] [he gasps] gad-zooks!
wha-- hey! horse, you ate my six apples! [horse neighs] what will i do? - alpha pig to the rescue! with my amazing alphabet tools, i can find the letters in the word "apples" and get the apples back! a-b-c, sing with me! ♪ a b c d e f g ♪ h i j k l m n o p ♪ q r s and t u v ♪ w x y and z ♪ sing with me amazing alphabet singing! first we need the letter "a". which one is the "a"? - [kids]: there! - there's the "a"!
next, we need the letter "p". where's the "p"? - [kids]: there! - there's the "p"! now we need another "p"! where is the "p"? - [kids]: there! - there's that "p" again! now, where's the letter "l"? - [kids]: there! - there's the "l"! and we also need the "e". do you see the "e"? - [kids]: there! - yup, there's the "e"! where's the "s"? - [kids]: there!
- a-p-p-l-e-s! "apples!" one, two, three, four, five, six. lickety letters! we got our six apples back! let's give ourselves a big thumbs up! - thanks, alpha pig! let's get these apples to the mayor for his party! [horse neighs] - you see a super letter? which one? - [kids]: "a!" - "a!" let's put it in our super duper... - [super why and kids]: computer! - better get it before the horse eats it! two more super letters and then we'll get our super story answer!
right on, readers! - we're almost at the mayor's house... [phone ringing] uh-oh. [he clears his throat] hello? - ah, math-a-million! - whoa! - it's mayor all together. i have another math emergency! - ooh! busy day. - yes! i need balloons for my party! four green balloons... and five yellow balloons. heh-heh! and then i need to know how many balloons there are all together. - but why? - because i'm mayor all together, and i need to know how many balloons are all together! got it? good! goodbye! - super readers, the mayor needs balloons. luckily i have... a balloon blower upper! let's count! one, two, three, four.
kazow! four green balloons! one, two, three, four, five. shapow! five yellow balloons! now, how many green and yellow balloons are there all together? hmm... aha! i must count all of the balloons to figure out how many there are all together! one, two, three, four... five, six, seven, eight, nine! four plus five equals nine balloons all together! kazow! and that, my friends, is why they call me math-a-million! [pop! pop! pop!] [pop! pop!] ahhh! we got, well... [pop! pop!] grr! at least i have one left. [pop!]
are you kidding me?! zero balloons! but i need nine balloons for the mayor! - wonder red to the rescue! with my wonder words basket, i can help find the word "nine", and get your nine balloons back! nine is an "ine" word, and i love "ine" words! it's time to rhyme! ♪ nine, line, pine ♪ wonderific, you're terrific ♪ vine, fine, mine ♪ wonderific, you're terrific ♪ ine! we need the word "nine". what letter is this? - [kids]: "n!" - "n!" and what sound does "n" make? - [kids]: "nnn". - "nnn." and this part says "ine". "nnn-ine." "nnn-ine." what word is this?
- [kids]: "nine!" - "nine!" that's the word we need! - hey, look! my balloons! - wonderific, you were terrific! we found the word "nine" and made nine balloons come back! - thanks, wonder red! ♪ i've got nine balloons ♪ i've got nine balloons - ♪ and six apples! - oh, right! i'm on my way! - woof! woof, woof! [machine chugging] - you see another super letter? which letter did you find? - [kids]: "d!" - "d!" yes! let's put it in our super duper... - [super why and kids]: computer! - one more super letter and then we'll get
our super story answer! great job, super readers! ♪ [mayor laughing] - mayor! it's me, math-a-million! and my good friends, the super readers! - math-a-million! do you have the apples? - here are your six apples! - excellent! ha-ha-ha-ha! but did you bring the balloons? - voila! nine lovely balloons! - fantastic! i have apples! ha-ha! and i have balloons! ha-ha! but, math-a-million, how many things do i have all together? - whoa. i've never had to add apples and balloons before. i'm not sure how to figure this out. - well, don't just hold them! heh-heh-heh! i need you to tell me how many things are all together!
- but i have to just hold them! it's in my story! see? "math-a-million holds the apples and balloons." how can i figure out how many things i have all together? - super why to the rescue! with the power to read, i can change this story and save the day! let's change the word "holds" in this sentence. zzzap! why writer... write! super readers, will math-a-million figure out how many apples and balloons there are all together if he counts, paints, or juggles them? hmm, let's try "counts". which is the word "counts"? it has the letter "o" in it. - [kids]: there! - there! "counts!" zzzap!
zzzap! let's read: "math-a-million counts the apples and balloons." - one, two, three, four, five, six... seven, eight, nine, ten... eleven, twelve, thirteen, fourteen, fifteen! shapow! fifteen things! i counted all the apples and balloons, and now i know how many things i have all together! - did the word "counts" help math-a-million? - [kids]: yes! - yes! super job, super readers! we changed the story and saved the day! - woof! woof! woof-de-doo! - mayor all together! mayor all together! i figured it out! there are 15 things all together! - well done, math-a-million! it's time for my party!
and it's a good thing you're here, math-a-million... because the party... is for... you! - a party?! for meeeeeeee? kazow-shapow wow-wow-wow! - way to go! - this is one cool party. - math-a-million rules! - fantastic! - congratulations, math-a-million! here's your math medal. - thanks, mayor all together. this is the best party ever! - you see our last super letter? which one? - [kids]: "d!" - "d!" let's put it in our super duper... - [super why and kids]: computer! - we found all of our super letters! now we can get our super story answer!
- bye, super readers! you really saved the day! - bye, super readers! - bye, math-a-million! - you're welcome! - ta-ta! - whyflyers! back to the book club! come on, woofster! - woof! - ♪ we found the super story answer with super why! ♪ [magical chiming] [computer beeping] - super duper computer, give us our super story answer! [computer beeping] read the letters with me! a-d-d. "add." the super story answer is "add". [fireworks]
but why? - [red]: because math-a-million had to count the apples and balloons to figure out how many he had all together. and that's what "add" means. - so my question is: how can i figure out how many pieces of fruit there are all together? - and your answer is: - [all]: add! - i need to count the apples and the peaches, and add them together! let's do it! ♪ ok, there are three apples and two peaches. now i'll add to find out how many apples and peaches there are all together. and i'll do it by counting. one, two, three, four, five! five pieces of fruit all together! - well done, pig. three plus two equals five.
five pieces of fruit is exactly what i need for my fruit juice. who's thirsty? - ah, me! - yippee! - woo-hoo! - hip, hip, hurray! the super readers save the day! ♪ - ♪ hip hip hurray - ♪ hurray! - ♪ the super readers save the day ♪ ♪ we changed the story ♪ we solved the problem ♪ we worked together so hip hip hurray! ♪ ♪ hip hip hurray - ♪ hurray! - ♪ the super readers save the day ♪ ♪ hip hip hurray - ♪ hurray! - ♪ the super readers save the day! ♪ ♪ announcer: labor day on pbs kids. hi, neighbor! one little idea... do something nice for your neighbor! is about to become one big celebration: neighbor day. neighbor day!
we can do lots of neighborly things for our neighbors. announcer: don't miss this amazing musical event! ♪ you can do something nice for your neighbor ♪ thank you, daniel. it's neighbor day! announcer: it's neighbor day on "daniel tiger's neighborhood" monday, september 2nd on pbs kids or watch daniel any time at pbskids.org. cat: "hold me baaaaaack!" cat: "ha-ha-ha-ha" cat: "oh yeah!" peg plus cat a new show coming this fall to pbs kids [ female announcer ] fun for everyone makes a family strong. chuck e. cheese's proudly supports pbs kids. [ female announcer ] fun for everyone makes a family strong. at abcmouse.com, we believe that learning is the greatest adventure of all.
abcmouse.com early learning academy, proud supporter of pbs kids and super why! let's rhyme like wonder red. shout out the word that rhymes or sounds like the that word i say. ready? if i say block, you say... rock! if i say cat, you say... hat! if i say fly, you say... tie! fly, tie, "super why!" they all rhyme! you can play more rhyming games with the super readers at pbskids.org. coming up next it's time to ride the dinosaur train.
miss rosa, voice-over: it's the pbs kids field trip. can you guess where we're going today? here's a clue. so did you guess where we are today? yes! at the bowling lanes. hey! did you see that? that was neat. i wonder how it works. well, why don't we ask the manager--dennis. hi, kids. come on back, i'll show you how they work. this is a pin. this machine here is a pinsetter. after the pins fall down, the pinsetter puts them back in place. wow, that's a cool machine! it sure is. you know what else the machine does? the pinsetter sends the ball back through a special tube, back to you, so you can throw that next strike.
wow, you never know what you might learn when you explore new things and new places. >> hello, folks! it's me, the conductor. today, we're going to meet one of the first dinosaurs that ever was, the eoraptor. so come on along with me on the dinosaur train. all aboard! was made possible by contributions to your pbs station from...aur tra♪ [whistle blows] >> ♪ dinosaur train >> ♪ once upon a time there was a mom her name was mrs. pteranodon sitting on her nest she heard a scratching and said... ♪ >> oh, boy! my eggs are hatching! >> ♪ one by one her kids popped free baby pteranodons 1, 2, 3 ♪ >> i'll name you tiny, shiny, and don. >> ♪ but tiny said... >> wait! there's one more, mom! >> ♪ last little baby was a different size with teeth and a tail and big green eyes he didn't look anything like the rest ♪ >> what am i doing in a
pteranodon nest? >> ♪ but dear, old mrs. pteranodon said... ♪ >> oh, this is your family, and i'm your mom. you may be different, but we're all creatures. all dinosaurs have different features. come on, buddy. we'll take a vacation. i'll get us a ticket at pteranodon station. we'll travel the world in sunshine and rain and meet all the species on the... >> ♪ dinosaur train >> ♪ dinosaur train >> ♪ dinosaur train >> ♪ dinosaur train >> ♪ we're gonna ride >> ♪ ride, ride, ride, ride [whistle blows] >> ♪ the dinosaur train [roaring] [captioning made possible by the jim henson company] >> tickets. tickets, please. i'm the conductor. next stop, stegosaurus forest. next stop, velociraptor valley. next stop-- >> is there a stop where there are no dinosaurs? >> what? no dinosaurs? aren't there dinosaurs everywhere? >> i guess there could be a place somewhere before dinosaurs were even around. >> before dinosaurs?
>> but, buddy, the conductor says that the dinosaurs have been around for a really long time. >> [squawks] those are very good questions, and it's true; there weren't always dinosaurs around. >> wow. does that mean that there was once a very first dinosaur? >> hmm. i suppose so. >> a first dinosaur. whatever species it was, it probably lived a long time ago, maybe in the triassic. >> [squawks] you know who would have the answer? the conductor. >> yeah. we could ask him and take the dinosaur train to meet the very first dinosaur. >> could we, mom? please? >> that sounds like a wonderful expedition. let's take the dinosaur train. >> hooray! >> shiny and don? >> we have a plan with dad. >> yeah! we're going to stay and explore the beach. >> ok, kids. we're off to the dinosaur train. see you later! >> bye! [train whistle blows] >> tickets! tickets, please!
well, hello, buddy, tiny, mrs. p. >> hello, mr. conductor. >> where to today? >> we're on an expedition, looking for the first dinosaur ever. >> the very first. was there one? >> super-duper scientific question, my friends. now, first of all, no one knows for sure who the very first dinosaur was, but i know a species called eoraptor. it lived long ago and far away in the triassic time period. >> the triassic. you were right, buddy. >> now, since eoraptors are one of the first dinosaurs, not many other creatures have even seen them. >> have you ever met an eoraptor, mr. conductor? >> never, but i've heard stories. >> ooh! i love stories. >> well, the story goes that an eoraptor named erma lives way out in a remote ravine, far from most other creatures. >> can we meet her? >> well, to get there, we'll have to travel all the way to
the beginning of the line. are you 3 up to it? >> yeah! >> i knew it, pteranodon family. i like your spunk. time tunnel! time tunnel approaching, folks! [bell ringing] >> ooh! >> next stop, eoraptor ravine station in the triassic time period. here we are--the roundhouse at the beginning of the train line, folks. >> a roundhouse? all right! >> everybody off the train. we're turning it around. laura! ready to push the train around? >> yes, mr. conductor. i'm ready. >> well, pteranodon family, we're going to take on water and supplies. you've got plenty of time to find erma eoraptor before the train heads back the other way. >> how do we find her? >> well, erma lives even further than the dinosaur train goes,
so your journey isn't quite finished yet. come with me. from here, you ride this handcart. >> [squawks] we ride that? >> cool! [both laughing] >> when does it start moving? >> how does it start moving? >> well, a handcart has to be pumped by hand. you grab the handles and push them up and down. it's an adventure. >> hmm. it sure is. let's go, kids. oh! [both laughing] >> do you know how far to where erma lives? >> not far at all. just ride till there's no more tracks. you'll be where erma lives-- eoraptor ravine. hope you find her! see you soon! >> woo hoo! are we there yet? >> not yet. >> are we there yet? >> not yet. >> are we there yet? >> [squawks] i guess we are. this must be eoraptor ravine.
>> i wonder where erma is. [birds screeching] >> maybe it is just a story. >> well, let's get looking, kids. >> i wonder if she's big. >> she's one of the first dinosaurs. she must be huge. >> i sure don't see any huge dinosaurs right now. >> yeah, just a few birds and lizards. >> hey, look. maybe that creature knows where erma eoraptor is. let's follow it. >> so, what'd you want? >> [squawks] hi. i'm tiny pteranodon, and this is my mom and my brother buddy. >> hi! >> um, we were looking for a dinosaur named erma eoraptor. >> erma eoraptor. yeah, i heard tell of her. what'd you want to see her for? >> we want to meet her because we heard she was one of the first dinosaurs. >> mmm. that so?
>> yeah. she kind of looks like you, but erma's really, really big. >> really, really big? well, that's not what i heard 'cause i'm erma eoraptor, don't you know? i was just having some fun with ya. [all laugh] >> well, it's great to meet you, erma. >> well, it's nice to meet you, too. i'm guessing that you do not live anywhere around these parts. >> we don't. we're from the cretaceous time period, a long way from here. >> the cretaceous time period? oh, now that is a mouthful of fancy words. i reckon i've never been there, but i ain't been far from here ever, and i ain't seen many other dinosaurs. 'course, i've seen members of my own family. that's just about it. >> well, that makes sense. you are, like, the first dinosaur after all. >> ha ha ha! me? the first? oh, i'm definitely not the first dinosaur. i have a mama and a papa, and they had a mama and a papa, too, don't you know? i think what you mean, tiny, is that eoraptor may be the first
kind of dinosaur. >> right, the first species. >> yes, siree. so, do you cretaceous critters want the grand tour? so this is the ravine and some of our trees, and these are ferns. >> do you eat ferns, erma? >> ferns? no. i'm a meat-eating gal. >> meat? just like me? but i observe that you have 5 fingers. >> yep, 5. but two of them are kind of small. don't help much. >> and you have 3-toed feet, like me. >> what do you know? and looky here--i got a mouthful of choppers just like you, buddy. >> i have a beak. >> and it's quite a pretty one, tiny. >> [squawks] thanks. >> i didn't ask you and your ma. what do you like to eat? >> fish! >> so, you're fish-eaters, eh? i never met a fish-eater that i know of. i don't have a taste for fish. tell you the truth, i don't even know what a fish looks like. >> oh, fish is the best! we go to the big pond near where we live and fish all day long. >> big pond, eh, don't you know? >> you'd love it, erma. there
are so many species of dinosaurs there. >> yeah. big, long-necked quadrupeds and hooting hadrosaurs. >> and there are sea birds and turtles and icthyosaurs and plesiosaurs. >> whoa, nellie! slow down, partners. i'm getting overheated. >> mom, tiny, i think erma should come and see all of them on the dinosaur train. >> the dinosaur what? a train? >> the dinosaur train travels all around the world. >> through all different time periods, and we ride it. >> you ride it? >> yeah! you can visit all kinds of places and dinosaurs and other creatures. we do it all the time. >> mercy! what a notion. sounds mighty interesting. oh, sure. why not? let's do it. >> really? you mean you want to ride the train with us right now, erma? >> that's exactly what i mean-- today. if i don't do it now, i may never do it, right? >> right! >> well, what are we waiting for? let's go catch the train. to the handcart! >> are we there yet? >> not yet.
>> are we there yet? >> not yet. >> are we there yet? [buddy and tiny laugh] well, land sakes alive! why, i've never seen something so big. >> it's the dinosaur train! >> well, hello, pteranodon family. oh! and you must be erma eoraptor. i'm the, uh, conductor. i, uh--ahem!-- basically run the train. at your service, ma'am. >> aw, shucks! >> welcome, miss eoraptor. all aboard! [train whistle blows] >> what do you call these? >> lights. >> and this pretty, soft thing on the ground? >> that's the carpet. >> and would you look at the size of that dinosaur? what species are you again? >> brachiosaurus, ma'am. >> oh, i love the view. i still can't believe this train moves by its own self.
>> snack cart. >> oh, you'll love this, erma. just pick any snack you like. >> carrion kabob? meat treat? >> mmm mmm mmm! mercy! what a train! and charming new dinosaurs i've never even heard of before today, like troodon. >> the pleasure is all mine, ma'am. >> and ours. [bell rings] [watch ticks] >> well, you're in for a treat, erma. time tunnel! time tunnel approaching! [bell rings] >> time tunnel? what now? >> we're traveling through time. >> my, oh, my, oh, my. this is stranger than anything i have ever done seen. [bell rings] >> next stop, pteranodon terrace station in the cretaceous time period. [steam hisses] >> well, erma, this is our stop. >> want to come see our nest? >> oh, no, thanks. i just love
this train. i'm going to ride it all the way to the end of the line, to the roundhouse at, uh, what's it called? >> troodon town, ma'am. >> yeah, troodon town. then i'm going to ride it all the way back to the triassic, don't you know, with this charming conductor feller. well, thanks for showing me the wide world, kids! see you soon! yee-ha! [train whistle blows] >> bye, erma! >> hi there. i'm dr. scott, the paleontologist, and this is eoraptor. >> eoraptor. >> eoraptor. >> eoraptor. >> eoraptor lived way back in the triassic time period, and we think it's one of the first dinosaurs in the dinosaur family tree. your ancestors are people that lived in your family a long, long time ago, and dinosaurs had dinosaur
ancestors, too. after eoraptor came many other theropod dinosaurs; you know, the meat-eaters, like allosaurus, velociraptor, and tyrannosaurus, like buddy. and there were also plant-eating dinosaurs, and they all had their own place on the dinosaur family tree. >> brachiosaurus. >> triceratops. >> right, and pteranodons are not part of the dinosaur family tree, but they're close cousins. every time a paleontologist like me finds a new dinosaur, one of the first things we do is try to figure out where it fits in the dinosaur family tree. you know, there's more room on that tree. maybe one of you will grow up to discover a dinosaur that's even older than eoraptor. hey! i see you have a family tree of your own. ok, keep watching for more dinosaur discoveries. >> ♪ every day i go down to the station
and look on down the shining tracks when i hear that old lonesome whistle blowing [toot toot] then i'm so glad that old train is coming back 'cause i love trains ♪ >> whoo whoo! >> ♪ i just love trains well, i can't explain but i won't complain i only know that i love trains ♪ >> hello, folks. it's me, the conductor. today, we're going to visit a volcano. that's a mountain that can blow its top. so come on along with me on the dinosaur train! all aboard! >> [squawks] a volcano? >> we're going to visit a volcano? >> yeah, a volcano. what's a volcano? >> well, it's a mountain that sometimes has smoke and hot,
melted rocks coming out the top. that's called lava. >> our local volcano, old smoky, has been rumbling lately and making even more smoke than usual. that means maybe some lava might come out of it soon. >> whoa! >> and that's why i think team pteranodon should go take a look at old smoky for today's family adventure. >> [whimpers] um, i think the family adventure for the two of us is going to be here at the nest with mom. >> right, and no red-hot volcano. that sounds a little scary to me. >> [squawks] >> oh, we'll be watching the volcano from a good, safe distance, kids. >> oh, we can stay here, you two. that's fine with me. >> i don't think it will be scary. i think seeing a volcano sounds fun. >> me, too! can we go, dad? >> [chuckles] all right, buddy and tiny. to the dinosaur train! >> yay! bye! >> bye!
>> tickets! tickets, please! >> hello, mr. conductor. >> hello, buddy and tiny. you seem very excited today. >> we are! >> can you guess where we're going? >> we'll give you a hint. it's shaped like this. >> and dad says that hot, melted rocks can shoot out of its top. >> hmm. i don't suppose you're going to see a...volcano? >> yes! you're always right. we are going to a volcano. >> i'll bet you know a lot about them. >> i know a thing or two. my guess is you're going to see our local volcano, old smoky, the one we can see from this very train. >> that's the one. right, dad? >> that's right, tiny. i was telling the kids that old smoky's been smoking more than usual lately. >> good observation. >> i've noticed that, too, mr. pteranodon. i think more than smoke is going to come out of old smoky, and very soon. >> what does come out of a volcano?
>> why does anything come out of a volcano? >> excellent questions. you see, deep under the surface of the earth, it's really, really hot. >> so hot that it melts rocks? >> exactly, and the heat pushes those melted rocks, called lava, up, up until they erupt out of the top of the volcano. huzzah! >> erupt? >> yep. erupt means to shoot up and out, like when the lava blasts out of the volcano. it erupts. heh! >> ahem! oh, your dad is, uh, one smart pteranodon. heh heh! you know, i've traveled this train line every day past old smoky, and for years it's just made smoke. but i think it's about to erupt, and today could be the day. >> [gasps] ooh! i hope we get to see it erupt. >> it could happen, tiny. we could get lucky and old smoky might show us more than smoke.
>> we want lava! we want lava... >> well, brush my paws and trim my claws! there's old smoky now. >> whoa! >> next stop, volcano valley! volcano valley station, folks! [brakes creak, steam hisses] there's the path up to the volcano valley viewing point, folks. >> thanks, mr. conductor. >> we'll tell you all about it on the way back! whoa. it's beautiful. >> it's amazing. >> it's pretty special, kids, like nothing i've ever seen before. >> you know who else has never seen anything like this before? >> mom and shiny and don? >> that's exactly what i was thinking. i bet they'd love to see this. >> i agree, kids. this is a once-in-a-lifetime chance to see old smoky erupt. i bet we still
have time. let's hurry back to the nest and get the rest of team pteranodon. >> hooray! >> don's holding the fruit, thinking about it. finally, he decides to...squish it! >> eww! some of it splattered on me! >> hee hee! did you see that, shiny? boy, did i squish that fruit. it blew up. it went all over the place. [laughter] >> that's kind of like what a volcano does, don. >> really? >> sure. when a volcano erupts, it shoots rocks and lava out its top. >> wow! mom, i changed my mind. can we go find dad and buddy and tiny? >> yeah, and see the volcano? >> [squawks] heh! i hoped you two would want to go after all. let's go catch the dinosaur train. >> [squawks] [giggles] dad and buddy and tiny will be so surprised to see us. [train whistle blows] >> oh, there's the train, kids. come on! >> pteranodon!
>> [humming a tune] [train whistle blows] >> all aboard! >> well, what are we waiting for? let's go find mom and shiny and don! >> right, team! let's go! >> hey, where is everybody? >> [squawks] hello again. forget something? >> huh? >> wait a minute. didn't you have wings a few minutes ago? >> i've never had wings. >> i could have sworn i saw 3 pteranodons, not two pteranodons and a t-rex. >> hey, maybe you saw our mom and brother and sister. >> um, could be. well, they went that-a-way, toward the train station. >> the train station? >> [squawks] >> [squawks]
>> excuse me. mr. stationmaster, have you seen the rest of our family? >> why, i sure have, tiny. heh! i just sold them 3 tickets to volcano valley. i believe they just got on the train when you got off. >> what? >> [squawks] >> ok, we got off the train... >> and mom and shiny and don must have gone into the other coach. >> sheesh! what a mix-up, kids! i, um-- [train whistle blows] no problem. here's the next train. we'll head back to volcano valley and catch up with them. >> yeah! >> looking for someone? >> you know who we're looking for. >> indeedy doo. your mom, shiny, and don just got off at volcano valley and are headed out to the viewing point. i believe they're looking for you. [chuckles] >> [squawks] if we hurry, we can catch them so we can all see the volcano together. all aboard!
>> mmm! all aboard. [all panting] >> oh, here we are, kids. oh! isn't it spectacular? >> but where's buddy, tiny, and dad? >> oh, no! don, mom, you don't think they went back to get us, do you? >> hmm. you know what? that is exactly what i think. come on, kids! [squawks] >> we have to go back down now? [train brakes creaking] [steam hisses] >> come on, kids. >> wow. listen to that rumbling noise. it's louder than ever. >> i hope mom and don and shiny
are still up there. >> i hope we can find dad and buddy and tiny before the volcano erupts. >> oh, no! not again! stop the train! [panting] mr. conductor! >> huh? >> mr. conductor! stop the train! >> oh, nellie! [brakes screeching] pteranodons, all off board. there's the rest of your family. >> yay! [all laugh] >> [squawks] dad! tiny! buddy! >> hey! >> hoo hoo! >> hi, dad! >> ha ha ha! >> oh! >> what a mix-up. we just about missed each other, again. >> yeah, for a second time, or was it the third? >> hey! what are we doing standing around hugging each other? come on! the volcano's about to erupt! >> yeah! let's go as a family. >> ahem! i'd certainly hate to
miss out on the big event. heh! mind if i join you? >> come on, mr. conductor. >> all right, team. to the volcano! [all clamoring] [rumbling] >> buddy, did you feel the earth shake, too? >> yeah. >> we all did, don. >> and look. wow. it's making more smoke than ever. >> there's a rumbling noise. the ground is shaking. the volcano is looking hotter and hotter. old smoky looks like it really wants to erupt. >> look! it's--it's-- >> it's erupting! >> whoa! ooh! ahh! >> [squawks] it's spectacular! >> yeah, the most amazing thing
i've ever seen. >> bless my scales and feathers! what a magnificent sight! >> the best volcano ever. >> let's hear it for the volcano! >> volcano! volcano! volcano! [all cheering] >> 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 pteranodons, one t-rex, and one troodon. just making sure. >> that's right. the whole family is on the dinosaur train, going one way only--home! [all cheering] home sweet home! >> hi there. i'm dr. scott, the paleontologist, and this is a volcano. >> volcano. >> volcanoes happen when melted rocks deep underground burst through the earth's surface, causing an eruption. after that melted rock erupts out of the
earth, we call it lava. >> kaboom! >> now, many volcanoes form cone-shaped mountains like this one, with a huge crater at the top where the lava comes out. once the lava cools off, it looks like this. >> wow! >> volcanoes are found all over the world, even underwater. some islands, like the hawaiian islands, are actually made from lava that erupted from volcanoes at the bottom of the ocean. you can still see lots of old lava today all over hawaii. well, that's all for now. remember, get outside, get into nature, and make your own discoveries. >> volcano! and make your own discoveries. >> volcano! [train announcer: labor day and on pbs kids.n discoveries. >> volcano! [train hi, neighbor! one little idea... do something nice for your neighbor! is about to become one big celebration: neighbor day. neighbor day! we can do lots of neighborly things for our neighbors. announcer: don't miss this amazing musical event! ♪ you can do something nice for your neighbor ♪
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